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Few things are as important to the world over the next few decades as the reform of China’s domestic financial markets.
The amendment act impacts a broad range of Queensland laws which had subjected executive officers to Deemed Liability.
High Court confirmed that when privileged documents are mistakenly disclosed, courts have power to correct the mistake.
By Liu Xiangwen, Monique Carroll, Zhu Yuanyuan
Companies should conduct a business review in preparing a compliance programme and also conduct regular internal audits.
By Liu Xiangwen, Monique Carroll, Yang Jianyuan, Zhu Yuanyuan
Regular compliance audits will strengthen the compliance and risk awareness of both the company and its employees.
By Denis Brock, Stuart Valentine, Jansy Man
This recent decision highlighted the High Court's role in the transfer of a Hong Kong long term insurance business.
This updated guide provides a general, high level outline of legal and tax issues relevant to investing in Australia.
By Jill Wong
HKEx published its consultation conclusions on its review of the Corporate Governance Code and associated Listing Rules.
By Jill Wong, Sharon Henrick
Six changes are being proposed by Government to make roposed competition law more acceptable to the business community.
By Jill Wong
Reform of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance - has the right balance been struck? .
By Jill Wong, Amanda Beattie
The Personal Data (Privacy) (Amendment) Ordinance will come into effect on 1 October this year.
By Jill Wong
The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal has allowed the appeals of two traders.
By Denis Brock
The Securities and Futures Commission is becoming more creative in the use of its powers to combat market misconduct.
By Jill Wong
The concept of partial waiver of privilege has been recognised in Hong Kong in a recent landmark decision.
By Denis Brock
Parties could face certain difficulties if they do not consider how an award in their favour can be enforced.
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